4 Answered Questions for the topic Heat Capacity
Help! Please! Heat Capacity of Calorimeter & Hess's Law
You used a bomb calorimeter, or constant-volume calorimeter, but misplaced the information of heat capacity of the calorimeter. If you burn 1.250 g of an organic compound, with, ΔE = -24.30kJ/g,... more
A coffee cup has a heat capacity of 62.6J∘C. If the coffee cup's temperature increases by 1.20∘C, how much heat has it absorbed?
Round your answer to the nearest tenth.
An unknown metal absorbs 23.8J of heat, and its temperature increases by 15.4∘C. What is the heat capacity of the metal?
Round your answer to two decimal places.